Iron, Manganese Arsenic Filters
Thanks to Special Minerals, PMC engineering’s iron – manganese filters can reduce the amount of iron and manganese up to 5 ppm in water in accordance with drinking and using water standards (Fe=0,2 ppm – Mn= 0,05ppm). There is no need for any extra rejent material for these special minerals. It also removes hydrogen sulfide, methane, free carbon dioxide and high concentrations of organic residues in water.
The element arsenic, possessing properties of both metals and nonmetals, is abundantly found in nature and is a hazardous and carcinogenic substance. The two most prevalent inorganic types of arsenic discovered in water are arsenite (As(III)) and arsenate (As(V)), and the distribution and type of arsenic present in water is influenced by various factors, including pH, redox potential, and the presence of complex ions like sulfur, iron, and calcium. Due to contamination from naturally occurring groundwater, many individuals across the world have faced the danger of arsenic poisoning. To combat this issue, PMC engineering has successfully produced Arsenic Filter Systems that can reduce arsenic levels from the prior World Health Organization (WHO)-permitted value of 50 µg/L to below 10 µg/L. Furthermore, PMC prioritizes human health in their filtration systems, using minerals that meet global food standards.